top of page
Image by mymind

Conference Presentations

Stowe, L., Khanna, S., Kramer, H., Lara, K. & Lagattuta, K. (2024, March) Anticipating the future: children’s and adult’s reasoning about the emotional benefits of varying expectation management strategies. Poster presented at the Cognitive Development Society Conference in Pasadena, CA. 

Farrukh, U., Stowe, L. & Chernyak, N. (2023, July) Authoritative parenting and beliefs in agency impact children’s views on fairness and inequality. Poster presented at the Cognition in Context: Cognitive Science Society in Sydney, Australia.

Blake, P., Wilson, Z., Stowe, L., Yu, E. & Peretz-Lange, R. (2023, June) Towards a causal role of emotions in shaping children’s fairness judgments. Symposium paper presented at the Jean Piaget Society in Madrid

Stowe, L., Khanna, S., Kramer, H., Lara, K. & Lagattuta, K. (2023, May) Bracing for Disappointment: Children’s and Adults’ Reasoning about the Emotional Benefits of Lowering Expectations. Symposium talk presented at the Bay Area Affective Science Conference at UC Davis.

Khanna, S., Stowe, L., Kramer, H., Lara, K. & Lagattuta, K. (2023, March) Bracing for Disappointment: Children’s and Adults’ Reasoning about the Emotional Benefits of Lowering Expectations. Poster presented at the Society for Research in Child Development Biennial Conference in SLC, Utah.

Ma, D., Stowe, L. Sarmiento, M., Midgette, A., & Chernyak, N. (2023, March) In the US and China, preschoolers know that moms do more housework and childcare. Poster presented at the Society for Research in Child Development Biennial Conference in SLC, Utah.

Blake, P., Wilson, Z., Stowe, L. & Peretz-Lange, R. (2023, March) Perspective-dependent emotions shape children’s judgments of fairness. Symposium talk presented at the Society for Research in Child Development Biennial Conference in SLC, Utah.

Stowe, L., Ma, D., Midgette, A., & Chernyak, N. (2022, April) US and Chinese Young Children's Sensitivity to Inequality: The Case of Household Labor. Poster presented at The Cognitive Development Society conference in Madison, WI.

Stowe, L., & Chernyak, N. (2022, February) How 4-8-year-old children evaluate and rectify merit-based, random, self-chosen, and structural inequalities. Poster presented at the Society of Personality and Social Psychology “Origins of the Social Mind” pre-conference.

Stowe, L. & Chernyak, N. (2021, November) How does reflecting on a disadvantage impact support for equity-based resource allocations and wealth redistribution? Poster presented at the annual Trends in Psychology Summit (TiPS). Virtual conference.

Stowe, L. & Chernyak, N. (2021, July) How 4-8-year-old children justify and rectify structural, merit-based, random, and self-chosen inequalities. Poster presented at the Society for Philosophy and Psychology. Virtual conference.

Ma, D., Stowe, L. & Chernyak, N. (2021, July) Young Children’s Evaluation and Categorization of Distinct Moral Actions. Poster presented at the Society for Philosophy and Psychology. Virtual conference.

Stowe, L., Wilson, Z., Maehl, I. & Blake, P. (2021, April) When fair procedures produce unequal outcomes, how do children feel? Poster presented at the Society for Research in Child Development. Virtual conference.

Harvey, T., Stowe, L., Maehl, I., Wilson, Z., & Blake, P. (2021, April) The fairness gap for self and other in development: The case of fair procedures. Talk presented at the Society for Research in Child Development. Virtual conference

bottom of page